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  • Created: Sep 29, 2006, 6:35 am
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The Idea

A software which can link with film producers,distributors and exhibitors which enables the purchase of tickets thru terminals placed in shops and also thru internet.This will also enable to purchase tickets well in advance before the release date and all through the region.

I thought of this idea when I was...

This will help in bringing more sales and to know the exact collection date wise ,centre wise and region wise.The ease in purchase helps the film community to attract more and the revenues will flow to the participants on a daily basis.

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mike1138 Posted: September 29, 2006, 11:42 am

if we could link that with connectmobil's text-based, oled readable, cell-phone sized barcode, that's ne hawt.

buy the tix, get a barcode sent straight to your phone. no paper. save trees!

CyberCerberus Posted: September 30, 2006, 12:42 pm

This would be great, but I think you'd never get the various involved parties to sign off on it. In general, the different proprietors who create the "film industry" have been extremely reluctant to any kind of change or improvements.

Heiko Posted: September 30, 2006, 2:35 pm

isn't this just movietickets.com


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